Idea is good on paper but not practical to implement. First of all farming is all cash business. Secondly income is not linear or predictable and is extremely irregular, so how are you going to identify income levels!!! Fo9r a particular harvest you may make millions and next harvest you find it difficult to afford 2 meals a day.
The kind of losses you bear, the extent of debt in which you get engulfed compared to your capability and living in extreme poverty, can't be justified just by getting employment.On the contrary agriculture is giving employment to many individuals. Which sector you plan to accomdite this so-called surplus man-power and what you plan to stop importing after you get this so-called surplus man-power. With unemployment on rise it's wrong to criticize that you don't have manpower to build other sector as agriculture is hogging man-power.
My grandpa was one.I take you haven't done forming or seen farming up-close.
Same thing, he will pay for it then like we pay to transporters in corporates.A farmer will only grow and harvest his produce. Collection, transport and selling is done by other set of individuals. No farmer bother's himself with these task.
Exactly, forced formalisation and manipulation of cycle is solution. Exempting from taxes & waiver of loans are pure political tools.If a farmer tries to sell his produce directly he will end up ruing his next cycle's produce and his farm in general.
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